Marriage, Equality, and Radical Queer Politics – Part One

This is a two-part post. The second part can be found here. It seems every day brings news of a new victory for marriage equality advocates: yesterday Kentucky joined Indiana and Utah as the most recent state to find same sex marriage bans unconstitutional. Every day also seems to bring a new article penned by [Read More...]

It Makes My Teeth Ache

I’m listening to a speech by Reverend Doctor Jamie Washington at the opening of Harvard’s new Office Of BGLTQ Student Life and he is talking about the necessity of engaging in the discussion of spirituality, religion, and BGLTQ issues. I don’t exactly think he’s wrong. The Humanist Graduate Community at Harvard recently ran a workshop [Read More...]

Rhode Island – One Law for All!

It is a fundamental principle of this nation that everyone be considered equal under the law, and that that law must be secular in character. In Rhode Island – a state with a proud history of supporting democracy, freedom and equality – this principle is under attack. [Read more...]


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